PinOut Is A Pinball Game Which Delivers Interesting Gameplay

‘Mediocre’ is one of the more popular game developers for Android, especially in the last couple of years. This company had released titles like Sprinkle, Granny Smith, Beyondium and Smash Hit to Android, all of which are still quite popular in the Google Play Store. Now, the company had released yet another game not long ago, though we still didn’t talk about it. Well, it’s time we talk a bit about it, as it’s quite interesting, read on.

The game in question is called ‘PinOut’, and chances are you’ve heard about it already. So, this is an arcade game, or to be more precise, a pinball game. This is not your regular pinball game, as PinOut takes a somewhat different approach, and does not limit you to a regular pinball machine. This pinball machine is basically endless, and you’re racing against time in order to complete a level. Now, there are tons of levels available in this game, and of course, the further you go, the harder it gets. The mechanics of the game are more or less identical to other pinball games you’ve seen, some parts of the playing field will give you a boost, others will block your way, etc. You need to think fast in this game and choose what is the best action to take. The graphics in pinball are nice if you like the neon theme, as this game is all about neon lights. Truth be told, this game reminded us of Tron, a movie you might have heard of. While you’re playing the game, you’ll be listening to music that goes along with PinOut perfectly, and chances are it will keep you glued to your smartphone.

All in all, PinOut is a fun pinball game which takes a different approach than the one you’re probably used to when it comes to pinball games. The game is completely free to play, and you won’t have to look at ads all the time, considering they’re not a part of the experience. Now, if you decide to support the developer and take advantage of an in-app purchase, you’ll get the ability to continue a particular level from a checkpoint, so that you don’t have to re-do the whole thing.

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